Russia vs Saudi Arabia Live Stream FIFA World Cup 2018 (Group A Match)

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Host nation Russia are set to open their World Cup campaign against Asian side Saudi Arabia on Thursday, 14th June 2018 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. Group A is evenly matched with Egypt and Uruguay the other two teams in what should be a very exciting group. Russia than play Egypt on Tuesday, 19th June followed by last group game against Uruguay on Monday, 25 June 2018. One this page you will find all links for Group A games including other matches.

Upcoming Russia World Cup Matches: Russia’s group a game include against Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Uruguay. Below is the entire schedule for Group A of the world cup. The opening game taking place on Thursday, 14th June just after the opening ceremony.

Russia vs Saudi Arabia – Group A
Date: Thursday, 14th June 2018 – Time: 16:00 CET / 15:00 uk time
Venue: Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow
TV Channels: BBC (UK), Fox (US)

Russia vs Egypt – Group A
Date: Tuesday, 19th June 2018 – Time: 20:00 CET / 19:00 uk time
Venue:  Saint Petersburg Stadium
TV Channels: ITV (UK), Fox (US)

Russia vs Uruguay – Group A
Date: Monday, 25th June 2018 – Time: 17:00 CET / 16:00 uk time
Venue: Samara Arena, Samara
TV Channels: BBC (UK), Fox (US)

Russia Upcoming Match Schedule – Confirmed
vs Saudi Arabia (Group A) 14 June 2018 Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow
vs Egypt (Group A) 19 June 2018 Saint Petersburg Stadium
vs Uruguay (Group A) 25 June 2018 Samara Arena in Samara
Round of 16 (TBA) 01 or 02 July TBA
Quarterfinal (TBA) 05 or 06 July TBA
Semifinals (TBA) 10 or 11 July TBA

How to watch Russia Matches Live Online: Well Russia terrestrial channels (free-to-air) will be broadcasting matches of Russia free in local language. While UK viewers can watch Russia games on BBC and ITV. If you want to access free live online coverage you can make use of VPN and get an UK ip address enabling you to watch official live streams of BBC iplayer and ITV player online through your PC or Mobile.

Russia are not going into the World Cup on the back of good form and not much is expected back home, but that can be a good thing as players will play without fear and pressure. If they can win their opening two games they will most certainly qualify for next round leaving last game against Uruguay a dead rubber.